Water Conservation Research from the University of Warith Al-Anbiyaa

New scientific research by the Dean of the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Warith Al-Abiyaa, the researcher and academician Dr. Hakim Al-Jubouri, dean of the Faculty of Engineering with the participation of a number of researchers, Abdulkhadr Aziz Mutcher and the researcher A. D. Fadel Mohammed from the university of Forat Al-Awsat is doing joint applied research in the World Journal of Engineering Sciences and Technology, which is part of the Scopus and Clarivate database (Q2).

Dr. Hakim Al-Jubouri said: This research is considered applied research in Karbala Governorate, which is a practical assessment of groundwater in the green belt of Dubba region within the governorate

This study can be used as a reference for researchers and an important database for ministries and sectors concerned

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Agriculture Mapping of Karbala, Iraq

A scientific meeting between the University of Warith Al-Anbiyaa, the University of Karbala, and the Ministry of Agriculture Karbala, Iraq, contribute to the development of the agricultural map of the Holy City of Karbala.

As part of its endeavor to participate in providing community services in the holy city of Karbala. According to the articles of the scientific agreement between the University of Warith Al-Anbiyaa and the University of Karbala

Mr. Administrative Assistant Professor Dr. Nawafel Al-Arji and Dean of the Faculty of Administration and Economics Mr. Dr. Awad Al-Khalidi, the delegation of the Faculty of Agriculture at Karbala University headed by Dean of College Professor Dr. Thamer Karim Khadir to discuss how to develop the agricultural map of the holy city of Karbala.

Investment in scientific and academic experiences at the University of the Heirs of the Prophets (peace be upon him) and the University of Karbala to provide community services, this meeting was held to discuss with the delegation of the Ministry of Agriculture how to qualify and develop the agricultural map of the Holy Karbala Governorate with several other important topics that touch the agricultural realm such as soil analysis and water sources, organizing and improving the production of agricultural crops, types of agricultural machinery used, how to market the product and operate the manpower, as well as strategic crop cultivation in accordance with the scientific foundations of agriculture.

God willing, the research progress and finalization will be continuously reported to the General Secretariat of the Holy Husseinia Shrine, which always supports and encourages such service and philanthropic projects.

Both parties agreed to prepare preliminary studies including the research questions that can be asked and discussed in order to find solutions for them through discussion and in-depth research.

A research team for this topic consists of representatives from both universities i.e University of Warith Al-Anbiyaa and the University of Karbala and appointed officials from the Ministry of Agriculture of Karbala Governorate, however, the door has been left open and there is an open call for other agricultural specialists to contribute to this project from any government and non-government sector.




Relieving Iraq from its Reliance on Oil

The University of Warith Al-Anbiyaa embraces the first international scientific conference hosted by the Al-Wareth Academy for Human Development and Strategic Studies.

An international scientific conference in cooperation with the Faculty of Administration and Economics at the University of Warith Al-Anbiyaa under the auspices of the General Secretariat of the Imam Hussainiya Shrine and in cooperation with the Al-Wareth Academy for Human Resources Development and Strategic Studies continues to complete special preparations. This first international scientific conference was held on 16/1/2021 under the title (Economic transformation from a rentier economy to a multi-resource economy) in the presence of elite professors of administration and economics at Iraqi universities and representatives of The Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research, as well as representatives of the Iraqi Sunni Council, academic figures and researchers.

On this day, the activities of the conference began with a dialogue session in which some issues and forms related to the conference's axes were reviewed and were reviewed with the help of the number of experiences and case studies of other countries to benefit from by hosting a group of scientific and academic bodies in the economic, administrative and financial field to look into this matter.

There were other research sessions on the hubs of the conference, and the researchers that reached the conference were involved in the discussion, where these researchers address the problem for which the conference was held and how to find solutions to get rid of the problem of reliance on one oil resource in financing the country's general budget.

The process of diagnosing this problem has been reached via studies and research and these indicators have been adopted by the Warith Academy for more than two years, and this conference was held for bringing such strategies for the purpose of not relying on the country’s main budget on the on oil only in its revenues because oil has been affected by political crises and International situation and its negative impact on climate, and this impact is reflected on Iraq, and hence it poses a great danger to our country; its future and for generations to come. We hope that the efforts of this conference will be noticed by the Iraqi Government, the Ministry of Planning, and the Ministry of Finance for the purpose of relieving the budget of the Iraqi government from the oil economy and its removal from its crises.


Another Milestone in Donations’ Collection

The University of Warith Al-Anbiyaa believes in the culture of help and sowing the seeds of philanthropy in the hearts of its students and staff, one such example is its support towards a philanthropic team comprised mainly of the students from the University of Warith Al-Anbiyaa, name of the team is after the name of the university i.e Ata ul Warith, where similar part resonates the aura and moto shared and declared by vision and mission of the university, after which it came into existence. We’re more than happy to announce and applaud another effort of the team Ata ul Warith, which succeeded to secure and gather another donation for another sustainable and philanthropic project. We heartily congratulate them on achieving another milestone toward their cause of improving the living conditions of the underprivileged portion of our society. Here is the proof of one of their hard work in raising funds and donations with the help of the university and its students and staff


A Collaboration with UNDP to present SDGs oriented youth initiatives

Students of the University of Warith AlAnbiyaa participate in the final conference to present youth initiatives in an event sponsored by the United Nations Development Program, where the University of Warith AlAnbiyaa and UNDP provide a call for funding for several sustainable business initiatives under the umbrella of three central Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as chosen this year by UNDP.


Students of the University of Warith Al Anbiyaa participated in the presence of the Scientific Assistant Professor Dr. Abbas Al-Damey from the university of Warith AlAnbiyaa and Governor of Karbala, Engineer Nassif Jassem Al-Khattabi, and President of the University of Karbala Mr. Bassem Al-Saidi, in the "closing conference to present youth initiatives in sustainable development"

The University students launched a number of creative ideas and initiatives that contribute to solving local problems they identified within their surroundings related to the SDGs where a group of medical and nursing students designed an app for the early detection of breast cancer and the English Language Club for Women from students of other departments, virtual reality applications for higher education and other ideas that have been patronized and supported by the University's Presidency and the United Nations Development Program.


Like previous events, students had a great time with like-minded peers and have friendly conversations during lunch hour, they enjoyed and admire the food served. Students and graduates are more likely to infect others with sustainability-oriented mindsets since the University of Warith AlAnbiyaa is going to extreme lengths to induce a culture of sustainability in their students and staff and graduates, SDGs conferences, meet-ups, online lecture series, adverts, and policy implementation and display of sustainability motives and goals throughout the university has been a great help towards the introduction of such concept.

The event met with great success, where students unlike the first meeting with UNDP were more equipped to showcase their involvement and presentation for future contributions toward sustainable development. Students feel more motivated in gearing their ideas and initiatives with impact-based solutions for the greater good of society, where delegates from both universities and UNDP officials were satisfied with students’ progress and initiatives.

The University of Warith Al-Anbiyaa and the UNDP Collaboration

(For sustainable society)

University of Warith Al-Anbiyaa A.S participated in an event hosted by UNDP, related to SDGs to raise awareness among the young populace about sustainability, particularly these three SDGs within the context of Iraq were introduced. Two other universities; AlZahraa university and the university of Karbala also took part in this event along with Warith AlAnbiyaa. Students were given small projects related to SDGs in question, so as to practically involve and motivate them to curate their research around sustainability. The University of Warith AlAnbiyaa is trying its best to incorporate sustainability in all aspects of education and administration. The University of Warith AlAnbiyaa is actively trying to compel its students and staff to be vocal and practical about sustainability in all aspects of life, and this event was the best opportunity for the university to induce a sustainability culture around campus. We know ideas can permeate through society, so we make sure to include our graduates in this event, so they as our ambassadors can take an active role toward a sustainable future. We look forward to similar future events.

Here are some of the pictures taken from that day.








Vaccination Campaign during Covid-19 Era


The University of Warith Al-Anbiyaa in cooperation with the Government’s Health Department, Holy Karbala is carrying out a COVID-19 vaccine vaccination campaign.

Based on the guidelines of the Ministry of Higher Education, Scientific Research and the Ministry of Health of Iraq, and under the direct supervision of the acting President of the University, Dr. Abbas Al-Daimi, the University, in cooperation with the Holy Karbala Health Department, organized a vaccination campaign against the COVID-19 Coronavirus (Dose A) For the first time) for her teaching professional and students specifically and all other staff on campus.

The campaign came to urge faculty and students to take the vaccine to reduce the outbreak of the pandemic and keep everyone safe.